Technology Survey on UAS Propulsion Systems
The purpose of this paper is to cast in broad strokes the scope, schedule and cost of a Technology Survey on UAS Propulsion Systems which composes Phase 1. Secondly, a gap analysis shall be conducted which develops an in depth evaluation of the systems identified in Phase 1 against current and emergent certification standards from both the CFR 14 relevant parts as well as the LSA standards of ASTM F 37.
Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Department Chair
Dr. Wilson, current ECSSE chair, is involved in efforts to increasing diversity in engineering education and in the engineering workforce. He serves on the American Society for Engineering Education's Diversity Committee, DiscoverE's Diversity Council, and on the Board of Directors of the National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals..